Wine & Other Stories

Five wines suggested

Written by Veronica Lavenia

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Bordeaux Sauvignon 2020, by the French company Château Grand Plantey, 100% Sauvignon, is suggested for the sip, “perfectly balanced, with an evident aftertaste of ripe fruit, very persistent. A satisfying, well-finished sample, which offers pleasant sensations both to simple enthusiasts and to a more demanding public”. For the full review click here.

Bordeaux Sauvignon 2020 - Château Grand Plantey

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Minervois Vin de Plume 2018, by the French winery Domaine du Somail, is produced with 80% Monastrell and 20% Syrah. Organic wine recommended for “The sip is important, with a smooth tannin, the various components well balanced. The aftertaste of spices makes it intriguing”. For the full review click here.

Minervois Vin de Plume 2018 - Domaine du Somail

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Chardonnay Reserva 2020, by the Chilean Araucano winery, 100% Chardonnay, is suggested for “scents of white and yellow flowers, accompanied by hints of yellow-fleshed fruit such as melon and peach. Closing with a jellied citrus note.” For the full review click here.

Chardonnay Reserva 2020 - Araucano

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Cabernet Sauvignon 2019, by the US company The Family Coppola, produced with 98% Cabernet Sauvignon and 2% Syrah. A wine to “sip is important, precise, with enveloping tannins, and with a good persistence, with an aftertaste of a cigar box.” For the full review click here.

Cabernet Sauvignon 2019 - The Family Coppola

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Petite Sirah 2019, by the Mexican winery L.A. Cetto, it’s 100% Syrah. Recommended for “getting to know a vine not very present on the European continent. The non-invasive tannin and a decisive and persistent aftertaste make it particularly appreciated by a young audience and for those who want to discover a new and very particular taste, which recalls, albeit remotely, its French namesake.” For the full review click here.

Petite Sirah 2019 - L.A. Cetto

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About the author

Veronica Lavenia

Writer, book author and magazine contributor, some of her works have appeared in the most popular International magazines.
Digital Content Manager and Communication Manager at "The Wolf Post", since the birth of the platform.

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